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Gary Krupnick

Plant Conservation Unit
Botany
National Museum Institute of the History of Art, Conservation and Museology
United States of America

Biography

University of California at Irvine, Ph.D. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology - June 1996, (Advisor: Arthur Weis), University of California at San Diego, BA. Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution - June 1990

Research Interest

Plant conservation biology. Using herbarium specimens to determine rarity and endangerment of plant species. Plant-herbivore interactions. Plant-pollinator interactions. Plant reproduction

Publications

  • Avila-Sakar G, Krupnick GA, Stephenson AG. Growth and resource allocation in Cucurbita pepo ssp. texana: effects of fruit removal. International Journal of Plant Sciences. 2001 Sep;162(5):1089-95.

  • Krupnick GA, Weis AE. The effect of floral herbivory on male and female reproductive success in Isomeris arborea. Ecology. 1999 Jan 1;80(1):135-49.

  • Krupnick GA, Weis AE, Campbell DR. The consequences of floral herbivory for pollinator service to Isomeris arborea. Ecology. 1999 Jan 1;80(1):125-34.

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